Half-Time Report - 2010 GMC Terrain Long-Term Road Test

2010 GMC Terrain Long-Term Road Test

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2010 GMC Terrain: Half-Time Report

July 08, 2010

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We've passed the 10,000-mile mark on our 2010 GMC Terrain.

So far, we've found this to be a comfortable, handy vehicle to have in the fleet. We all like the supportive driver seat and have found that our passengers have no problem getting cozy enough to take a snooze.

The 182-hp inline-4 has adequate power. We like how the six-speed transmission's manual mode let's you hold gears without forcing you to upshift. Its braking numbers are good: 60-0 mph in 121 feet.

Its entertainment console is cluttered with a lot of buttons, but everything is easy to use and logical to figure out.

Our only problem has been a leaky liftgate actuator strut. There was some hassle with the dealer ordering the wrong part but we eventually had it repaired under warranty.

And although some of you do not like the style, you have to admit it is interesting. Not the same bland old thing.

What do you think about the GMC Terrain?

Donna DeRosa, Managing Editor

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